Virgin Media offers some of the fastest and most reliable fibre optic broadband in the UK, with a variety of options: M50 (average speed 54Mb), M100 (average speed 108Mb), M200 (average speed 213Mb), and the ultra fast M350 (average speed 362Mb). All Virgin broadband speeds can handle a large household streaming, gaming and downloading with very little issue, and their broadband can be bundled with a Virgin Media TV package: Big bundle (110 channels), Bigger bundle (230 channels), and Ultimate Ooomph bundle (280 channels). There is also the additional options of adding Sky Cinema and Sky Sports to your entertainment package.
Offering both TV and broadband packages, with the option of bundling the two, Sky offers flexibility to suit everyone. There are two Sky broadband packages, a standard broadband (average speed 11Mb) and fibre broadband (average speed 59Mb). Sky Entertainment starts with a basic TV package which gives you the flexibility of adding additional extras: HD channels, Ultimate on Demand (Boxsets and Netflix), Sky Cinema, Sky Sports and Sky Kids.
TalkTalk is a value broadband provider, offering totally unlimited broadband with the following options: Fast Broadband (average speed 11Mb), Faster Fibre (average speed 63Mb) and Superfast Fibre (average speed 67Mb). TalkTalk’s broadband price guarantee means prices stay the same throughout your contract. TalkTalk also offers TV entertainment which can be added to your plan ideal for those looking for TV entertainment on a budget.
Offering affordable and simple fibre broadband packages, Vodafone broadband includes unlimited downloads and a speed guarantee. Vodafone broadband options: Superfast Fibre 1 (average speed 35Mb, with a guaranteed minimum speed of 25Mb) and Superfast Fibre 2 (average speed 63Mb, with a guaranteed minimum speed of 55Mb).
Known for their monthly entertainment passes, Now TV now offers customers broadband packages with the flexibility of adding-on entertainment passes. Now TV broadband plans are good value for money with unlimited downloads and include anytime calls as standard. The following broadband options are available: Brilliant Broadband (average speed 11Mb), Fab Fibre (average speed 36Mb) and Super Fibre (average speed 63Mb).
You don’t need to be an SSE energy customer to enjoy good value broadband. SSE has a standard broadband plan (average speed 11Mb) and two fibre broadband plans – entry level fibre (average speed 35Mb) and superfast fibre (average speed 63Mb). Offering fixed prices during the 18 month contract length, with on upfront costs and unlimited downloads, SSE also offers customers a no exit fee with their 60-day Happiness Guarantee.
Post Office offers customers good value broadband with flexible payment options, like payment over the phone or at your local branch. Post Office broadband plans feature unlimited downloads and a fixed price guarantee during length of the contract. There are a number of broadband plans available: a standard broadband package (average speed 11Mb) and two fibre broadband packages – entry level fibre (average speed 38Mb) and superfast fibre (average speed 67Mb).
Specialising in good value for money broadband, Plusnet offers both ADSL and fibre broadband packages, with the option of broadband only or calls plan add-ons. Plusnet’s broadband offering includes: Unlimited ADSL (average speed 10Mb), and two fibre broadband options (average speeds of 36Mb and 66Mb).
Hyperoptic offers true to the door fibre broadband. Known for fast speeds at low prices, Hyperoptic broadband options include: 50Mb Fibre (average speed 50Mb), 150 Mb Fibre (average speed 150Mb) and 1Gb Fibre (average speed 900Mb). Hyperoptic provides customer with the option of broadband only and broadband with call plan add-ons. There is also the flexibility of choosing monthly rolling contracts and 12 month fixed term contracts.